Georgia’s defense looked elite in Saturday’s win over No. 3 Clemson, but the offense appears to have some concerns. Now one of those concerns is starting right guard as redshirt freshman Tate Ratledge will be out for the remainder of the season with a Lisfranc ligament injury. Ratledge suffered the injury in the first quarter on a passing play.

On Sunday, Ratledge posted a message on his Twitter account sharing his thoughts on his recovery and Bulldogs Nation.

Ratledge was named the starting right guard for Georgia after an offseason of solid training and development.

Junior Owen Condon was Georgia’s No. 2 right guard on the depth chart, though it was Warren Ericson, a 6-4, 305-pound junior, who replaced Ratledge after the injury and is expected to take over the starting job at the position.